Gurgaon balances everything well. While a lot of young people are from outside the city, but they soon adapt to the fashionable ways of Gurgaonites. Everyone is very fashionably conscious and the malls, Galleria as well as the corporate sectors are testimony to the fact. To put Gurgaon on the fashion map, a Fashion Week has been organised from April 17. Organised by Neha Verma, this would pave the way for all the fashionistas of Gurgaon.
The first Inter-corporate cultural festival in Gurgaon is trying to send a message to everyone- Gurgaon is not highbrowed and serious, but it is a fun place to work and play. The upcoming event, which would take place from 21 March to 23 March, is trying to build a platform to get all the corporates together. Club 5, DLF, Gurgaon would be seen teeming with people from the corporates letting their hair down for the 3 day festival.
Not only Arvind Kejriwal, but all the AAP members are raising a lot eyebrows by doing a lot of things from the ordinary. While Arvind Kejriwal saw the uglier side of media yesterday, Yogendra Yadav, who is the Gurgaon candidate, pioneered a new way of campaigning in the city yesterday. Trying to reach out to the youth of Gurgaon, Yadav went to Cyber Hub on March 10 and asked everyone and anyone to join him there.